The SEC’s Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (OCIE) was formed in 1995, consolidating all of the Commission’s examination and inspection activities in a single unit. On December 17, 2020, OCIE was renamed the Division of Examinations. This special program focuses on the recent evolution of OCIE to the Division of Examinations. (CLE credit in NJ, NY, and PA will be offered for in-person attendance.)
This program is made possible with a grant from Morgan, Lewis and Bockius, LLP.
As part of a new gallery soon to open on the history of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s Regional Offices, the SEC Historical Society and Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law invite you to attend a program on the evolution of the Chicago Regional Office featuring its current and former leaders. (CLE credit in Illinois will be offered for in-person attendance.)
This program is made possible through the generous support of Peter K.M. Chan, Charles River Associates, Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law and Lori A. Richards.
Securities and Exchange Commission Historical Society is seeking applicants for its Executive Director position who have knowledge and a passion for the mission of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The role leads the Society’s core operations: (1) planning and implementing Museum projects, (2) fundraising, donor development, and building awareness, (3) overseeing financial and administrative operations, and (4) supporting the Boards of Trustees and Advisers.
Interested parties, please submit your name and contact information.
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Users are prohibited from sharing or downloading any material for publication or commercial purposes without written permission from the Executive Director. Requests for permission must be submitted by email and specify the material requested and for what purpose.
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